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Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by ActionableMango, Apr 6, 2017.
Pick the closest. If you have multiple monitors, pick the main one.
Three 4K on my workstation at work, and one 4K on my laptop's docking station at home. Dual 4K at home, the laptop doing 3800x2080 through RDP.
Nothing Apple - but wouldn't it be a better poll to broaden the selection? (Otherwise, you'll filter out configs that the MP doesn't support.)
2 1080p, benQ
I no longer have my Mac Pro, but when I did, I ran it at 3200x1800 on a 27" 4K monitor and continue to do so on my hack.
4k TV via RX 460 DP>HDMI 2.0
Good ol' 1080p on 2 monitors.
2560x1600, I'll keep plodding along with my beloved U3011 until it finally dies. Which will probably be long after my Mac Pro does.
2 x AOC 2460PQU- 1920 x 1080 @ 144Hz
Using with my recently built PC, before that I had them hooked up to my 2012 15" rMBP.
They're not crazy high resolution or incredible colour accuracy but they're really good gaming monitors and general use. May look into a 1080 or 1440 ultra-wide at some point, but not completely sold on them. A 4K monitor would age my brand new PC too much, the GTX 1060 6GB is an absolute beast, but not really appropriate for 4K gaming.
4K monitors got cheap enough for me to finally get one a couple months back.
Running a 4k, the old 30" Cinema at 1600p, and a cheap 1080p if I need.
I am often surprised by the results in the that polls I start. However this one is pretty much what I expected.
2xP2715Q: 1@1080P; 1@2560x1440. Real Estate
3440 x 1440 main with a 1920 x 1080 secondary for when needed.
3008x1692 On Samsung 28E590
You have two identical monitors running at different resolutions?
Philips BDM4065UC 40" 4K @60Hz at native resolution. Love it!
Trying to find the sweet spot between the volume of code on-screen in #2, and clarity...
...I've been using two HP LP2065's for the past 8/10 years, so this level of flexibility is quite an, er, eye opener <smile>
Me too. Had it about a year now. Great value. It's now been superseded by the BDM4350UC 43" model with HDMI 2.0